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    Default New puppy Sasha

    Hey everyone, found this forum after getting my new puppy Sasha! mum is bull mastiff and dad neopolitan mastiff, she is 9 weeks old at the moment, and such a good puppy!.... so far! here are some picsrsDSC_2810.jpgrsDSC_2796.jpgrsDSC_2740.jpgrsDSC_2701.jpgrsDSC_2676.jpgrsDSC_2493.jpgrsDSC_2492.jpg

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    Welcome to the forum Heahs.

    Sasha looks awesome !!! She's going to be one big dog when she's all grown up......and it happens so quickly so enjoy been able to pick her up while you still can !!

    Your off to the perfect start ....posting pictures without us even requesting them !!!


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    She has a fabulous face, welcome.

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    She's gorgeous, seems to look more of bully, than neo right now, but that face! so gorgeous, makes me wanna snuggle up with her.
    welcome

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    Thanks for the welcome everyone, she definitely has the colouring of dad but was thinking more the face of mum, but she is a great little pup so very happy with her!

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    9 weeks old - she's nearly as big as my ACDx already. Wow and so cute.

    You want to be super consistent about keeping her feet on the ground when you ask her to. I wouldn't want to be jumped on by something that big. Make sure she only does - as a puppy - what you want her to do when she is all grown up.

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    Hi heans, thanks for the photos, what a huge puppy, love the first photo lying with her legs stretched out!!

    Welcome...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    9 weeks old - she's nearly as big as my ACDx already. Wow and so cute.

    You want to be super consistent about keeping her feet on the ground when you ask her to. I wouldn't want to be jumped on by something that big. Make sure she only does - as a puppy - what you want her to do when she is all grown up.

    just 10 weeks old now I have calculated, and 9.6kg, have been trying to do alot of work with her to ensure she is trained well, and overall she is pretty well behaved and quite smart, Im not biased at all!! here are some more picsrsDSC_3144.jpgrsDSC_3165.jpgrsDSC_3173.jpgrsDSC_3213.jpgrsDSC_3221.jpgrsDSC_3233.jpgrsDSC_3324.jpg

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    Hi ' heans' and to you and your absolutely gorgeous 'little' girl !

    Just love all of the photos and keep up with your good work in training your pup ! You both will benefit in the long term.

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    Beautiful girl, welcome and keep the photos coming
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